“I can easily envision it becoming a necessary stop for anybody who’s into food,” says Garrett Harker, Boston restaurateur, to the Boston Globe. “There’s Boston-level talent happening up here.”
“There is no better way to get to know a destination than to taste it!” So says Colleen Westcott, of Portsmouth Eats culinary tours. And she’s right. Portsmouth and the Seacoast is a vibrant coastal culinary destination that honors its colorful history, heirloom food-ways and sustainable practices while remaining passionately engaged in creating an extraordinary dining experience in more than 75 walk-able restaurants in the downtown area of Portsmouth alone, and in over 100 top quality restaurants throughout the Seacoast.